Interesting perspective on systemic living... :)
"The nematodes, it turns out, are terraformers. They change the community of bacteria and fungi that live on the brood ball, suppressing certain species while boosting others. The bacteria that become more common include species that are known to live in insect guts and help their hosts digest wood and other tough plant fibers. By contrast, many fungi, including species that could potentially infect the beetle larvae, became rarer. In other words, thanks to the nematodes, the larvae are more likely to encounter microbes that aid their digestion and less likely to encounter those that cause them harm."
The design that meets the standards
Psychological interventions are a set of scientifically refined strategies which can help to explain where you are, where you need to go and which is the best way for you to get there. Keeping the process simple, safe and effective is one of my top priorities.
If throughout life we learn through experience, then in psychology it is believed that the efficiency of a given intervention needs to be demonstrated through carefully planned experiments. Psychotherapy, counselling, coaching or mentoring may become effective only when planned in line with scientific standards.
I design my interventions according to the latest evidence-based standards (such as the NICE guidelines). You can therefore expect to go through relevant assessments, insightful exercises and a unique strategy tailored to your needs.
A flexible approach for human development
Psychotherapy, counselling and coaching are complementary psychological interventions and yes, I can provide them all with no hesitation. My practical and academic background allows me to research and apply the knowledge required for building relevant skills that can be easily transferred across contexts.
I designed the intervention needs assessment so that you may better understand which intervention can prove to be most useful for your development at any given point in time. I hope this will make it easier for you to take an informed decision.
Applied cognitive and behavioral principles
According to recent research, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is the most effective psychological approach. This means, that our mind’s reactions are best explained by a psychological framework that takes into account the interaction between our thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
I find the CBT approach as being the most rigourous, intuitive and flexible. As psychological techniques are in high demand, this allows me to easily apply the most useful theories across contexts, for self-improvement, organisational development, community change or business development.
Finding the right process for your needs
If you are looking to take your mindset to the next level, our journey may involve hypnosis, cognitive and behavioural approaches, positive psychology, disease prevention theories and problem-solving strategies. However if you choose to focus on your organisation, we will step in the realm of design thinking, for creating the agile strategies that will help you innovate the way you live and work.
Knowing what works is not enough, making it work is all it matters. Please see the sections below for more details on how I bring value to my work.
I collaborate with a number of health insurance companies.
I operate on a sliding scale for clients on state benefits.
All sessions need to be booked in advance and are fully refunded if canceled at least 48 hours prior to your appointment.